[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-24 Thread Florian Schmid via Users
Hi Didi,

thank you very much for your help.

We will use the FQDN as hostname. This seems to work fine and it will report 
the full name again in oVirt.

BR Florian

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, "users" 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 23. Juli 2020 12:01:14
Betreff: Re: [ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

On Thu, Jul 23, 2020 at 10:23 AM Florian Schmid  wrote:
>
> Hello Yedidyah,
>
> thank you for this great answer.
>
> I will answer in the text below.
>
> BR Florian
>
>
> - Ursprüngliche Mail -
> Von: "Yedidyah Bar David" 
> An: "Florian Schmid" 
> CC: "Tomas Golembiovsky" , "Sandro Bonazzola" 
> , "users" 
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 23. Juli 2020 08:37:21
> Betreff: Re: [ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN
>
> On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 5:34 PM Florian Schmid via Users
>  wrote:
> >>
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> after digging a bit deeper, it looks like it is the problem with the 
> >> qemu-guest-agent.
> >>
> >> It does only report the hostname and nothing more. It uses this function: 
> >> g_get_host_name ()
> >>
> >> This function always returns the value in /etc/hostname and this is 
> >> normally the short name of the VM without the domain part.
> >>
> >> It looks like, that the ovirt-guest-agent made this different,
> >
> >Indeed, and from checking the git log, it seems like it did this since
> >the very first commit - already then,
> >ovirt-guest-agent/GuestAgentLinux2.py had:
> >def getMachineName(self):
> >return socket.getfqdn()
>
> Correct, this is what I wanted back.
>
> >
> >> but this is not working anymore with python 3.
> >
> >If in "this" you refer to ovirt-guest-agent, then it's deprecated:
> >
> >https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1672732
>
> Yes, I know. Now using the QGA with oVirt 4.3 reports only the short hostname.
>
> >
> >>
> >> There was a recent patch for qga -> 
> >> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1845127
> >
> >This bug seems to discuss something else, not directly related to your
> >own issue.
> >
> >> but this won't help me, because even when this patch would add the FQDN to 
> >> oVirt back, there won't be a package for this for Ubuntu 20.04 and 
> >> probably also not for RedHat/CentOS 8.
> >
> >Not sure what you mean here. The bug is on qga, and fixing it (or your
> >own issue) is unrelated to oga's deprecation.
>
> I wanted to say, that this change might also impact the reported hostname, 
> but I don't think so...
>
> >
> >Your issue seems to be, to me:
> >
> >1. oga used to report the FQDN, as returned by python's socket.getfqdn()
> >2. qga returns something else (and this something else might be
> >changed, following above bug, but likely not to what you want).
> >3. oVirt now uses qga instead of oga, thus changing its past behavior.
> >4. You want the old behavior back - basically, claiming this is a regression.
>
> Yes, exactly.
>
> >
> >If so, then:
> >
> >1. You are welcome to open a bug about this, on qga.
> >2. Your request *might* be rejected, on the ground of breaking
> >compatibility for existing/old users of qga (say, using virt-manager
> >or whatever other virt tool, without oga installed)
>
> I'm 100 % sure, that they will reject this.
>
> >
> >Alternatively, or if this bug is rejected, you can open two new bugs:
> >
> >1. one on qga, to provide the fqdn (using, hopefully, logic similar to
> >python's getfqdn, although qga is written in C)
>
> Possible, but this won't help me a lot, because even if they add a new 
> function to qga, oVirt would need to be changed too, to access this function 
> instead of the one it is using now.
>
> >2. other on the oVirt engine, to use this new functionality of qga
> >instead of the existing one.
>
> Yes.
>
> >
> >You also have another alternative - just adapt your machines to have
> >the fqdn as the hostname. I personally think this is the best way to
> >go. Have 'hostname' return the FQDN you want, and only use 'hostname
> >-s' where you really want it to be short. How do you set the hostnames
> >of your machines?
>
> This is what I don't know, if this has some drawbacks.
> I have checked this on internet, but haven't find a lot about it, wh

[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-23 Thread Yedidyah Bar David
On Thu, Jul 23, 2020 at 10:23 AM Florian Schmid  wrote:
>
> Hello Yedidyah,
>
> thank you for this great answer.
>
> I will answer in the text below.
>
> BR Florian
>
>
> - Ursprüngliche Mail -
> Von: "Yedidyah Bar David" 
> An: "Florian Schmid" 
> CC: "Tomas Golembiovsky" , "Sandro Bonazzola" 
> , "users" 
> Gesendet: Donnerstag, 23. Juli 2020 08:37:21
> Betreff: Re: [ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN
>
> On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 5:34 PM Florian Schmid via Users
>  wrote:
> >>
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> after digging a bit deeper, it looks like it is the problem with the 
> >> qemu-guest-agent.
> >>
> >> It does only report the hostname and nothing more. It uses this function: 
> >> g_get_host_name ()
> >>
> >> This function always returns the value in /etc/hostname and this is 
> >> normally the short name of the VM without the domain part.
> >>
> >> It looks like, that the ovirt-guest-agent made this different,
> >
> >Indeed, and from checking the git log, it seems like it did this since
> >the very first commit - already then,
> >ovirt-guest-agent/GuestAgentLinux2.py had:
> >def getMachineName(self):
> >return socket.getfqdn()
>
> Correct, this is what I wanted back.
>
> >
> >> but this is not working anymore with python 3.
> >
> >If in "this" you refer to ovirt-guest-agent, then it's deprecated:
> >
> >https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1672732
>
> Yes, I know. Now using the QGA with oVirt 4.3 reports only the short hostname.
>
> >
> >>
> >> There was a recent patch for qga -> 
> >> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1845127
> >
> >This bug seems to discuss something else, not directly related to your
> >own issue.
> >
> >> but this won't help me, because even when this patch would add the FQDN to 
> >> oVirt back, there won't be a package for this for Ubuntu 20.04 and 
> >> probably also not for RedHat/CentOS 8.
> >
> >Not sure what you mean here. The bug is on qga, and fixing it (or your
> >own issue) is unrelated to oga's deprecation.
>
> I wanted to say, that this change might also impact the reported hostname, 
> but I don't think so...
>
> >
> >Your issue seems to be, to me:
> >
> >1. oga used to report the FQDN, as returned by python's socket.getfqdn()
> >2. qga returns something else (and this something else might be
> >changed, following above bug, but likely not to what you want).
> >3. oVirt now uses qga instead of oga, thus changing its past behavior.
> >4. You want the old behavior back - basically, claiming this is a regression.
>
> Yes, exactly.
>
> >
> >If so, then:
> >
> >1. You are welcome to open a bug about this, on qga.
> >2. Your request *might* be rejected, on the ground of breaking
> >compatibility for existing/old users of qga (say, using virt-manager
> >or whatever other virt tool, without oga installed)
>
> I'm 100 % sure, that they will reject this.
>
> >
> >Alternatively, or if this bug is rejected, you can open two new bugs:
> >
> >1. one on qga, to provide the fqdn (using, hopefully, logic similar to
> >python's getfqdn, although qga is written in C)
>
> Possible, but this won't help me a lot, because even if they add a new 
> function to qga, oVirt would need to be changed too, to access this function 
> instead of the one it is using now.
>
> >2. other on the oVirt engine, to use this new functionality of qga
> >instead of the existing one.
>
> Yes.
>
> >
> >You also have another alternative - just adapt your machines to have
> >the fqdn as the hostname. I personally think this is the best way to
> >go. Have 'hostname' return the FQDN you want, and only use 'hostname
> >-s' where you really want it to be short. How do you set the hostnames
> >of your machines?
>
> This is what I don't know, if this has some drawbacks.
> I have checked this on internet, but haven't find a lot about it, what is 
> digging deeper.
>
> Maybe someone here has some experience with using FQDN for hostname?

I use this on all my machines (CentOS/RHEL ones, anyway) and all seems ok.
I do recommend, obviously, that you do your own research/testing.

>
> I can live with such a solution, when it doesn't have big drawbacks...

The only actual drawback I can think of is that the hostname is limited
to 64 chars, whereas the FQDN can be up to 255

[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-23 Thread Florian Schmid via Users
Hello Yedidyah, 

thank you for this great answer. 

I will answer in the text below. 

BR Florian


- Ursprüngliche Mail -
Von: "Yedidyah Bar David" 
An: "Florian Schmid" 
CC: "Tomas Golembiovsky" , "Sandro Bonazzola" 
, "users" 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 23. Juli 2020 08:37:21
Betreff: Re: [ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 5:34 PM Florian Schmid via Users
 wrote:
>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> after digging a bit deeper, it looks like it is the problem with the 
>> qemu-guest-agent.
>>
>> It does only report the hostname and nothing more. It uses this function: 
>> g_get_host_name ()
>>
>> This function always returns the value in /etc/hostname and this is normally 
>> the short name of the VM without the domain part.
>>
>> It looks like, that the ovirt-guest-agent made this different,
>
>Indeed, and from checking the git log, it seems like it did this since
>the very first commit - already then,
>ovirt-guest-agent/GuestAgentLinux2.py had:
>def getMachineName(self):
>return socket.getfqdn()

Correct, this is what I wanted back.

>
>> but this is not working anymore with python 3.
>
>If in "this" you refer to ovirt-guest-agent, then it's deprecated:
>
>https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1672732

Yes, I know. Now using the QGA with oVirt 4.3 reports only the short hostname.

>
>>
>> There was a recent patch for qga -> 
>> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1845127
>
>This bug seems to discuss something else, not directly related to your
>own issue.
>
>> but this won't help me, because even when this patch would add the FQDN to 
>> oVirt back, there won't be a package for this for Ubuntu 20.04 and probably 
>> also not for RedHat/CentOS 8.
>
>Not sure what you mean here. The bug is on qga, and fixing it (or your
>own issue) is unrelated to oga's deprecation.

I wanted to say, that this change might also impact the reported hostname, but 
I don't think so...

>
>Your issue seems to be, to me:
>
>1. oga used to report the FQDN, as returned by python's socket.getfqdn()
>2. qga returns something else (and this something else might be
>changed, following above bug, but likely not to what you want).
>3. oVirt now uses qga instead of oga, thus changing its past behavior.
>4. You want the old behavior back - basically, claiming this is a regression.

Yes, exactly.

>
>If so, then:
>
>1. You are welcome to open a bug about this, on qga.
>2. Your request *might* be rejected, on the ground of breaking
>compatibility for existing/old users of qga (say, using virt-manager
>or whatever other virt tool, without oga installed)

I'm 100 % sure, that they will reject this.

>
>Alternatively, or if this bug is rejected, you can open two new bugs:
>
>1. one on qga, to provide the fqdn (using, hopefully, logic similar to
>python's getfqdn, although qga is written in C)

Possible, but this won't help me a lot, because even if they add a new function 
to qga, oVirt would need to be changed too, to access this function instead of 
the one it is using now.

>2. other on the oVirt engine, to use this new functionality of qga
>instead of the existing one.

Yes.

>
>You also have another alternative - just adapt your machines to have
>the fqdn as the hostname. I personally think this is the best way to
>go. Have 'hostname' return the FQDN you want, and only use 'hostname
>-s' where you really want it to be short. How do you set the hostnames
>of your machines?

This is what I don't know, if this has some drawbacks.
I have checked this on internet, but haven't find a lot about it, what is 
digging deeper.

Maybe someone here has some experience with using FQDN for hostname?

I can live with such a solution, when it doesn't have big drawbacks...

I can set the hostname via ansible, so this would not be a big problem for 
doing it.

>
>Best regards,
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[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-23 Thread Yedidyah Bar David
On Wed, Jul 22, 2020 at 5:34 PM Florian Schmid via Users
 wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> after digging a bit deeper, it looks like it is the problem with the 
> qemu-guest-agent.
>
> It does only report the hostname and nothing more. It uses this function: 
> g_get_host_name ()
>
> This function always returns the value in /etc/hostname and this is normally 
> the short name of the VM without the domain part.
>
> It looks like, that the ovirt-guest-agent made this different,

Indeed, and from checking the git log, it seems like it did this since
the very first commit - already then,
ovirt-guest-agent/GuestAgentLinux2.py had:
def getMachineName(self):
return socket.getfqdn()

> but this is not working anymore with python 3.

If in "this" you refer to ovirt-guest-agent, then it's deprecated:

https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1672732

>
> There was a recent patch for qga -> 
> https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1845127

This bug seems to discuss something else, not directly related to your
own issue.

> but this won't help me, because even when this patch would add the FQDN to 
> oVirt back, there won't be a package for this for Ubuntu 20.04 and probably 
> also not for RedHat/CentOS 8.

Not sure what you mean here. The bug is on qga, and fixing it (or your
own issue) is unrelated to oga's deprecation.

Your issue seems to be, to me:

1. oga used to report the FQDN, as returned by python's socket.getfqdn()
2. qga returns something else (and this something else might be
changed, following above bug, but likely not to what you want).
3. oVirt now uses qga instead of oga, thus changing its past behavior.
4. You want the old behavior back - basically, claiming this is a regression.

If so, then:

1. You are welcome to open a bug about this, on qga.
2. Your request *might* be rejected, on the ground of breaking
compatibility for existing/old users of qga (say, using virt-manager
or whatever other virt tool, without oga installed)

Alternatively, or if this bug is rejected, you can open two new bugs:

1. one on qga, to provide the fqdn (using, hopefully, logic similar to
python's getfqdn, although qga is written in C)
2. other on the oVirt engine, to use this new functionality of qga
instead of the existing one.

You also have another alternative - just adapt your machines to have
the fqdn as the hostname. I personally think this is the best way to
go. Have 'hostname' return the FQDN you want, and only use 'hostname
-s' where you really want it to be short. How do you set the hostnames
of your machines?

Best regards,

>
> BR Florian
>
>
> 
> Von: "users" 
> An: "Sandro Bonazzola" 
> CC: "users" 
> Gesendet: Montag, 20. Juli 2020 09:06:30
> Betreff: [ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN
>
> Hi,
>
> when setting hostnamectl set-hostname "FQDN", then engine will report the 
> real and correct "FQDN", but this is not a good fix.
>
> With our older Debian and Ubuntu VMs, it is working correctly, although 
> hostname is only reporting the short hostname. hostname -f is reporting here 
> the correct FQDN.
>
> BR Florian
>
>
> 
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[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-22 Thread Florian Schmid via Users
Hi, 

after digging a bit deeper, it looks like it is the problem with the 
qemu-guest-agent. 

It does only report the hostname and nothing more. It uses this function: 
g_get_host_name () 

This function always returns the value in /etc/hostname and this is normally 
the short name of the VM without the domain part. 

It looks like, that the ovirt-guest-agent made this different, but this is not 
working anymore with python 3. 

There was a recent patch for qga -> [ 
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1845127 | 
https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1845127 ] 
but this won't help me, because even when this patch would add the FQDN to 
oVirt back, there won't be a package for this for Ubuntu 20.04 and probably 
also not for RedHat/CentOS 8. 

BR Florian 





Von: "users"  
An: "Sandro Bonazzola"  
CC: "users"  
Gesendet: Montag, 20. Juli 2020 09:06:30 
Betreff: [ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN 

Hi, 

when setting hostnamectl set-hostname "FQDN", then engine will report the real 
and correct "FQDN", but this is not a good fix. 

With our older Debian and Ubuntu VMs, it is working correctly, although 
hostname is only reporting the short hostname. hostname -f is reporting here 
the correct FQDN. 

BR Florian 





 
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CC: "users"  
Gesendet: Freitag, 17. Juli 2020 09:21:37 
Betreff: Re: [ovirt-users] qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN 



Il giorno gio 16 lug 2020 alle ore 15:55 Florian Schmid via Users < [ 
mailto:users@ovirt.org | users@ovirt.org ] > ha scritto: 


Hi, 

I have a problem with Ubuntu 20.04 VM reporting the correct FQDN to the engine. 
Starting with this release, the ovirt-guest-agent is not available anymore. 

Therefore, I have installed qemu-geust-agent with package defaults. 

Now in the Engine, I only see the hostname under FQDN tab, instead the real 
full name with domain. 

I'm running an oVirt environment on 4.3.8. 

The VM is resolveable, forward and reverse DNS entries are working. 
hostname -f shows the correct FQDN. 

Even adding IP and FQDN to /etc/hosts file doesn't change anything. 

qemu-guest-agent version: 4.2-3ubuntu6.3 

I manage this VM via ansible 2.9 and ansible is able to get the FQDN of the VM 
without any issues... 

What can I do here to debug my issue? 
Does the engine cache the wrong result? Even after stopping and starting the VM 
again, engine is only showing the hostname instead of the FQDN. 




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[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-20 Thread Florian Schmid via Users
Hi, 

when setting hostnamectl set-hostname "FQDN", then engine will report the real 
and correct "FQDN", but this is not a good fix. 

With our older Debian and Ubuntu VMs, it is working correctly, although 
hostname is only reporting the short hostname. hostname -f is reporting here 
the correct FQDN. 

BR Florian 





 
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CC: "users"  
Gesendet: Freitag, 17. Juli 2020 09:21:37 
Betreff: Re: [ovirt-users] qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN 



Il giorno gio 16 lug 2020 alle ore 15:55 Florian Schmid via Users < [ 
mailto:users@ovirt.org | users@ovirt.org ] > ha scritto: 


Hi, 

I have a problem with Ubuntu 20.04 VM reporting the correct FQDN to the engine. 
Starting with this release, the ovirt-guest-agent is not available anymore. 

Therefore, I have installed qemu-geust-agent with package defaults. 

Now in the Engine, I only see the hostname under FQDN tab, instead the real 
full name with domain. 

I'm running an oVirt environment on 4.3.8. 

The VM is resolveable, forward and reverse DNS entries are working. 
hostname -f shows the correct FQDN. 

Even adding IP and FQDN to /etc/hosts file doesn't change anything. 

qemu-guest-agent version: 4.2-3ubuntu6.3 

I manage this VM via ansible 2.9 and ansible is able to get the FQDN of the VM 
without any issues... 

What can I do here to debug my issue? 
Does the engine cache the wrong result? Even after stopping and starting the VM 
again, engine is only showing the hostname instead of the FQDN. 




[ mailto:tgole...@redhat.com | +Tomas Golembiovsky ] can you help here? 



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[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-17 Thread Sandro Bonazzola
Il giorno gio 16 lug 2020 alle ore 15:55 Florian Schmid via Users <
users@ovirt.org> ha scritto:

> Hi,
>
> I have a problem with Ubuntu 20.04 VM reporting the correct FQDN to the
> engine.
> Starting with this release, the ovirt-guest-agent is not available anymore.
>
> Therefore, I have installed qemu-geust-agent with package defaults.
>
> Now in the Engine, I only see the hostname under FQDN tab, instead the
> real full name with domain.
>
> I'm running an oVirt environment on 4.3.8.
>
> The VM is resolveable, forward and reverse DNS entries are working.
> hostname -f shows the correct FQDN.
>
> Even adding IP and FQDN to /etc/hosts file doesn't change anything.
>
> qemu-guest-agent version: 4.2-3ubuntu6.3
>
> I manage this VM via ansible 2.9 and ansible is able to get the FQDN of
> the VM without any issues...
>
> What can I do here to debug my issue?
> Does the engine cache the wrong result? Even after stopping and starting
> the VM again, engine is only showing the hostname instead of the FQDN.
>
>
+Tomas Golembiovsky  can you help here?




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> Florian
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[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-16 Thread Florian Schmid via Users
Hi Strahil,

no, the hosts file should be OK:
127.0.0.1 localhost

# The following lines are desirable for IPv6 capable hosts
::1 ip6-localhost ip6-loopback
fe00::0 ip6-localnet
ff00::0 ip6-mcastprefix
ff02::1 ip6-allnodes
ff02::2 ip6-allrouters
ff02::3 ip6-allhosts


When adding an additional line, like this:
192.168.1.1 FQDN hostname

it is also not working.

This is the same hosts file like on our older Ubuntu 18.04 systems, but with 
ovirt-guest-agent installed.

BR Florian


- Ursprüngliche Mail -
Von: "Strahil Nikolov" 
An: "Florian Schmid" , "users" 
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 16. Juli 2020 18:17:22
Betreff: Re: [ovirt-users] qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

Can you share your /etc/hosts.
As far as I remember there was an entry like:

127.0.1.2 hostname

So you have to comment it out.

Best Regards,
Strahil Nikolov

На 16 юли 2020 г. 16:53:36 GMT+03:00, Florian Schmid via Users 
 написа:
>Hi,
>
>I have a problem with Ubuntu 20.04 VM reporting the correct FQDN to the
>engine.
>Starting with this release, the ovirt-guest-agent is not available
>anymore.
>
>Therefore, I have installed qemu-geust-agent with package defaults.
>
>Now in the Engine, I only see the hostname under FQDN tab, instead the
>real full name with domain.
>
>I'm running an oVirt environment on 4.3.8.
>
>The VM is resolveable, forward and reverse DNS entries are working.
>hostname -f shows the correct FQDN.
>
>Even adding IP and FQDN to /etc/hosts file doesn't change anything.
>
>qemu-guest-agent version: 4.2-3ubuntu6.3
>
>I manage this VM via ansible 2.9 and ansible is able to get the FQDN of
>the VM without any issues...
>
>What can I do here to debug my issue?
>Does the engine cache the wrong result? Even after stopping and
>starting the VM again, engine is only showing the hostname instead of
>the FQDN.
>
>Best regards,
>Florian
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[ovirt-users] Re: qemu-guest-agent on Ubuntu doesn't report FQDN

2020-07-16 Thread Strahil Nikolov via Users
Can you share your /etc/hosts.
As far as I remember there was an entry like:

127.0.1.2 hostname

So you have to comment it out.

Best Regards,
Strahil Nikolov

На 16 юли 2020 г. 16:53:36 GMT+03:00, Florian Schmid via Users 
 написа:
>Hi,
>
>I have a problem with Ubuntu 20.04 VM reporting the correct FQDN to the
>engine.
>Starting with this release, the ovirt-guest-agent is not available
>anymore.
>
>Therefore, I have installed qemu-geust-agent with package defaults.
>
>Now in the Engine, I only see the hostname under FQDN tab, instead the
>real full name with domain.
>
>I'm running an oVirt environment on 4.3.8.
>
>The VM is resolveable, forward and reverse DNS entries are working.
>hostname -f shows the correct FQDN.
>
>Even adding IP and FQDN to /etc/hosts file doesn't change anything.
>
>qemu-guest-agent version: 4.2-3ubuntu6.3
>
>I manage this VM via ansible 2.9 and ansible is able to get the FQDN of
>the VM without any issues...
>
>What can I do here to debug my issue?
>Does the engine cache the wrong result? Even after stopping and
>starting the VM again, engine is only showing the hostname instead of
>the FQDN.
>
>Best regards,
>Florian
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